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Original name: Gesetz zum Schutz vor der schädlichen Wirkung ionisierender Strahlung (Strahlenschutzgesetz - StrlSchG)
Name: Act on protection against harmful effects of exposure to ionising radiation (Radiation Protection Act).
Country: Germany
Subject(s): Protection against particular hazards
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2017-06-27
Entry into force:
Published on: Bundesgesetzblatt Teil I, 2017-07-03, no 42, pp. 1966-2067
ISN: DEU-2017-L-106042
Bibliography: Bundesgesetzblatt Teil I, 2017-07-03, no 42, pp. 1966-2067
Act on-line in German Act on-line in German Gesetze im Internet, Ministry of Justice - Bundesministerium der Justiz, Germany PDF PDF (consulted on 2018-02-26)
Abstract/Citation: Part I General provisions
Part II Radiation protection in case of planned exposure situations
-Chapter 1 Principles of radiation protection
-Chapter 2 Prior inspection of radioactive substances or ionising radiation
-Chapter 3 Clearance
-Chapter 4 Operational organisation of radiation protection
-Chapter 5 Conditions of carrying out of the activity
-Chapter 6 Notification and information requirements
Part III Radiation protection in cases of emergency exposure
-Chapter 1 Emergency management system at the federal and state level
-Chapter 2 Protection of emergency forces
Part IV Radiation protection in case of existing
exposure situations
-Chapter 1 Exposure situations existing after an emergency
-Chapter 2 Protection against radon
-Chapter 3 Protection against radioactivity in construction products
-Chapter 4 Radioactively contaminated areas
-Chapter 5 Other existing exposure situations
Part V Exposure situations - universal provisions
-Chapter 1 Monitoring of environmental radioactivity
-Chapter 2 Further provisions
Part VI Radiation protection supervision, administrative procedure
Part VII Administrative authority
Part VIII Final provisions
-Chapter 1 Penalty provision
-Chapter 2 Transitional provisions
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